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June 3rd, 2004
World's largest scientific society convenes regional meeting
Almost 300 papers will be presented at the combined 59th Northwest and 18th Rocky Mountain regional meeting of the American Chemical Society, the world's largest scientific society, in Logan, Utah, June 6-9. Novel materials and nanoscale devices: A two-day symposium will explore cutting-edge topics such as the development of nanoelectronics, which could lead to better computers and biosensors, and biomolecular motors, which show promise for robotics and drug delivery systems.
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